Rendezvous-ing

Last night —


we had a despedida dinner (*sob*) for one of my bestest friends, Sheila, who along with hubby Mike will be based in Singapore starting next week.

(I’ll miss you Shei. So I guess Tips and I will just have to use up some miles in order to meet you for lunch from now on (; )


I also dropped by the mini-CFA reunion/welcome dinner for Lizza‘s friend Angela before heading to Sheila’s despedida. Carlo has some pictures here

Oh, if you happen to notice that Arn oddly wasn’t with me in any of the pics, that’s because he was at a dinner meeting with Gerry, Ilyn (hi Ilyn!), and Zach for another project to look forward to *wink*

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Speaking of Arn and Gerry, their last team effort Lastikman was reviewed in the Philippine Star last week.

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A few of our new year acquisitions:


Carnet de Voyage

Craig Thompson promises his fans that this is not his “next book”. It’s really a travel journal he kept while touring through Africa and Europe early this year. Exquisite sketches accompany his painstakingly-detailed notes and if you’re a huge Thompson fan like Arn and me, it’s worth forking the few dollars* over. You may browse through some excerpts here.

*Locally, you can ask our friendly neighborhood comic guy to get it for you.


Cosmos Boxed Set

Do you remember the old TV show Cosmos which aired on Channel 9 in the 80’s? (If not then oops, the age gap is showing). Loaned to us by Arn’s brother kuya Lenn, a professor in the US, this extraordinary show that was written and hosted by the late, great Carl Sagan is chock-full of information about everything over and around the sun. I’m only watching the ones that interest me but Arn is bent on viewing all 13 episodes one after the other.

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Bring on the Turkish Delight

Conceptual art for Narnia, the movie

Have you been waiting as long as I have? Just hang on for a few more months…

There are two featurettes here and here.

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Aww, thanks for your loyalty, Monra, Junnie and Heidi. Yay!

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Trust the Japanese to come up with the ultimate OC’s dreamhouse — a house of drawers. Imagine being able to keep clutter hidden from view, and at the same time have a different “look” for your interiors each day. Just push and pull and:


now you’ll see them,


later you won’t.

Galing no, “desk tugs of war” will no longer be figments of Terry Gilliam’s imagination.

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I'm Cynthia Bauzon-Arre, a Filipino watercolor artist & graphic designer. I live in QC with my graphic novelist husband Arnold and our friendly marmalade tabby Abbas. This blog has been chronicling my life, likes, and loves since 2001. [ more ]

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